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Has Your Child Earned Ownership Interest in Your Business?  A Decision Framework

Has Your Child Earned Ownership Interest in Your Business? A Decision Framework

Stan Briggs was perplexed.  He told his advisor, “My son, Patrick, has worked in the business for the last twelve years. In that time, the business has tripled its revenues and its profits. I’ve started to think about scaling back my activity and I realize how important it is (for my own retirement income) that […]

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Make exit-planning a priority in your business

Work On – Not Just In – Your Home Health Care Business

The purpose of exit planning is to leave your home health care business on your terms and on your schedule. Owners begin thinking about their exit process when two streams of thought begin to converge. The first stream is a feeling that you want to do something besides go to work every day—either you would […]

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Value Driver 3: Systematizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business

Value Driver 3: Systematizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business

*We have been discussing various methods business owners use to build value in their home care companies to achieve their post-exit goals.  Foremost in this process is creating a written value-building plan, which includes four important value drivers, today we discuss Value Driver Three, Systemizing Internal Operations in your Home Care Business The systematization of internal operations […]

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Value Drivers? Have you Created Systems that Key Employee’s Can Execute in Your Absence?

Value Drivers? Have you Created Systems that Key Employee’s Can Execute in Your Absence?

Case Study Dawn and Preston Slater, owners of a machine shop with $7 million in annual revenue, sat down and announced, “We have decided to leave the business as soon as possible. We’ve got our management team in place and want to execute a transfer of the entire business in the next six to 24 […]

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